Implementation of Social Conflict Management in Local Government: A Policy Content Analysis

Laode Ahmad Pidana Bolombo


This study discusses the implementation of handling social conflicts in West Java Province in 2015 - 2019. This study begins with a study of the conflicts that occur, as well as evaluating the handling of social conflicts that have occurred in West Java Province in three dimensions, namely conflict prevention, conflict cessation, and post-conflict handling as a form of implementation of policies on handling social conflicts. The theoretical framework of this research is made in stages, starting from the grand theory using the theory of Government Science in the context of the government administration system to regulate, directing relations between community members, middle range theory which uses public policy theory, and applied which uses the theory of policy implementation proposed by Grindle, which sees the successful implementation of two aspects, namely 1) the content of policy aspect, which is seen from six variables, namely the interests that are affected, the type of benefit, the degree of change, the location of the policy. decision making, program implementers, resources involved. This study concludes that the implementation of social conflict handling policies in West Java Province, there are still some shortcomings or implementation that has not been maximized in terms of several indicators both in policy content and policy context.

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Journal of Public Administration and Governance  ISSN 2161-7104


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